The Slaughtered Lamb

182 W. 4th St.
New York, NY 10014


  • Sun-Thu 12pm-1am, Fri-Sat 12pm-4am
  • Fireplace, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party
  • Reservations Accepted
As its name suggests, the Slaughtered Lamb is a werewolf-themed pub; you might know it from the opening scene in (what else?) cult '80s flick An American Werewolf in London. Greenwich Village tourists frequent this aged-wood dwelling, marveling at the skeletons, the uncanny murals of 19th-century natives, and the dungeon/pool room downstairs. Guinness, Bud, Amstel, and the like are served on draft here, but it's the bottled-beer selection that dominates. Along with dozens of multi-cultural brews, you can also find Harpoon's citrus-y I.P.A., a rare sight in these out-of-towner bars. That'll keep your jaded, kitsch-naysaying friends at bay; no need to go all out with a silver stake.


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